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'00 RS - Runs, drives, awesome in snow (thanks to Syphon's Hakka's)

 

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'83 Brat - Runs, drives, currently parked in a nice warm garage... Thanks Syphon!

 

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Wow, I never realized how good a friend i am :D

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One of my own that will be running as soon as I replace the heater core hoses (XT)

 

One that belongs to Havoc_66 that is sitting on my property that runs, drives, but needs some work and licensing (Freebiemobile)

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2 RX's registered

5 move themselves and could be registered but 1 needs a title

1 waiting for a motor

12 for parts some could run but i haven't checked

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we have 2. One runs, and the other can move under it's own power, but hardly :-) I guess I have 1 and a half that runs, half of one that doesn't.

 

Kevni

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I have three, all run and need no work. '79 BRAT w/70K, '97 SVX w/26K All original, and '00 Forrester w/49K. Recently drove the BRAT non stop from Denver to South Jersey.

 

iflyifr

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I have a 1989 XT6 that runs good and strong. I have a 1981 GL wagon the needs a clutch, but still runs and drives.

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Just curious, since most people on here own several subarus, and many of them are "project vehicles".....

 

How many subarus do you currently own that run and move under their own power?

 

And,

 

How many subarus do you currenlty own that do not run or otherwise cannot move under their own power?

 

 

 

I'll start...amazingly, both of mine run!

my brat runs great but I'm going to sell it, tell a friend :lol:

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Tripple post? I smell spam advertising here. :rolleyes:

 

But on topic,

My Brat still runs and drives. My brothers wagon is road going now. My parents wagon is too. and now we have 2 wrecks that ... we can't even move with a winch.

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Just curious, since most people on here own several subarus, and many of them are "project vehicles".....

 

How many subarus do you currently own that run and move under their own power? And, How many subarus do you currenlty own that do not run or otherwise cannot move under their own power?

 

 

 

 

Well... I got Two... Both are Loyales.

 

:grin:

 

One is my "Weberized" EA82 that runs and haul rump roast Great! :headbang: and the other, originally was my "Parts" car, but then I make a lot of crazy things on it, is the "Yellow ER27" Loyale, it Runs too, but got some issues, like overheatin` brakes, etc... but Runs Great too :brow: :

 

LoyaleTwins.jpg

 

 

 

Both are Great Runners...

I hope some day I can obtain a Brat! Gotta love`em :burnout:

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-03 BAJA EJ25 (obviously runs and drives fine):cool:

 

-89 GL wagon EA82 (D/R parts car)

-86 BRAT EA81 runs great and drives smooth:banana:

 

-84 GL wagon EA81 runs :eek: but no longer moves (integral part of the ground it sits on):grin: (parts only)

 

-79 wagon EA71 (parts only)

-78 wagon EA71 (parts only)

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91 Legacy - Running, but at this second has no front control arms. This will be remedied this evening.

 

93 Legacy - Currently driving it, but needs wheel bearings really bad.

 

88 XT - Will start, but barely (dying battery). Air suspension also in dire need of attention.

 

79 GL - Not running, might be soon, then again, might not be :(

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I'll get in on it.

 

I have Six now.

 

94 SVX runs... needs some minor work.. damn expensive

91 Loyale Freebie.. somethings wrong with it, but it runs and drives... but not for long if the problem doesn't get fixed.. it's down on the list a little bit.

89 XT6 runs strong.. causes back injury to drive. (no air in the air susp)

88 RX ran great until I caught it on fire.. workin' on it though.

86 T-Coupe (RX without the body kit or Full-time. still D/R w/ rear LSD tho) Freebie, drastic engine problems... water comes out of everywhere. Might end up using tranny etc on ---

84 Brat kinda runs but is leaking water into the passenger side valve area.. which in turn becomes steam and steam in the system is bad, mmmkay? May use 86 as donor "beef up the Brat" project.

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Runners:

01 Forrester

92 Loyale

90 Loyale

 

87 GL project car - adding 4WD. No rust. To replace rotting out 90 above.

 

Parts:

88 GL (A couple things left to remove)

 

No body, just all the parts:

88 GL

86 GL

 

All wagons (except the Forrester).

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Ill get in on this too.

Got 3.

'81 Brat. Runs flawlessly

 

'83 Brat. Runs but is rotting and extremely rough. Farm hack, not legal.

 

'86 Turbo Vortex. Actually runs not too bad. The alternator is in getting fixed up at the moment but it still runs! Its also very rough around the edges.

 

So thats 3/3!:clap:

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dang forkspere,sounds like ur trying to start ur own little junkyard:lol:

 

lol more like a collection. most of them were given to me. i recently added two turbo wagons they will run soon 87 gl10 blown head gasket came with 85 wagon with no tranny for parts. i bolted a bell housing to the motor and it started right up. leaks water from the water pump o ring. im going to put in a ft4wd 4spd auto from my xt parts car soon. i just need a wiring diagram to figure out how to wire it.

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